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Wednesday, August 24, 2022

DoD’s Innovation Unit Delivering New Technologies

Innovation

The Defense Innovation Unit is highlighting in its latest report new technologies that were transitioned to Defense Department partners last year. Among the accomplishments: eight successful transitions to DoD end-users, 1,116 commercial proposals received, and $892.7 million in contracts issued since June 2016.

DoD Set to Open Zero Trust Cyber Office

Zero Trust DoD

The Pentagon is set to speed up the adoption of a new “zero trust” cybersecurity model with the opening of a new management office next month.

McSally to Introduce Military Sexual Assault Bill

McSally

Sen. Martha McSally seeks legislation to reform how the military handles sexual assault claims, including making sexual harassment a stand-alone offense under the military’s criminal justice system.

Canada to Purchase Used Hornets From Aussies

Used Hornets

Canada plans to close a deal by the end of this year to purchase 25 used F/A-18A/B Hornets from Australia.

VA to Review Benefit Denials to Sexual Assault Victims

VA

An IG report found VA officials improperly denied benefits to thousands of military sexual assault victims. The department will review all denied military sexual trauma claims from October 2016 forward.

Navy May Cut Triton Buy

The unmanned MQ-4C Triton aircraft’s improved reliability could lead the Navy to buy fewer of the UAVs than the 68 it now has on order.

Pentagon Looks to Lose 20 Percent of Its Top Brass

budget axe

As Defense Sec’y Chuck Hagel warns of continued budget threats to top personnel, the Pentagon readies a consolidated health care program to save $2.4 billion.